Citizen developers are tapping products that allow anyone to use artificial intelligence (AI) without writing any computer code, as part of the "no-code" movement envisioned by advocates as revolutionary.
No-code platforms replace coding languages with simple and familiar Web interfaces, and new startups are making the power of AI available to nontechnical people in visual, textual, and audio spheres. The power of no-code platforms is also growing through AI innovations, such as OpenAI's GPT-3 system, which can write code when prompted with simple English.
From The New York Times
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